Every so often at Healthy Bytes, we provide you with various resources that could be of use to you during your nutrition counseling sessions. To date, we’ve shared sports nutrition, food allergies and intolerances, and eating disorders and body image issues resources, to name a few. Today we’re sharing information from our RDN friends on following a low FODMAP lifestyle, which can help individuals who are sensitive to Fermentable Oligosaccharides, Disaccharides, Monosaccharides and Polyols in their diets.
Welcome to part three in our three-part series on finding clients for your nutrition business or private practice. In part one, we discussed traditional marketing tactics for growing your clientele. These included promoting that you’re an in-network provider, seeking physician and healthcare professional referrals, and including your business in health databases such as HealthProfs and Healthgrades.
In part two, we explored various online and digital means of marketing your services to attract clients. Having an online presence – everything from your website to blog to LinkedIn to Instagram – is important so that your clients-to-be can find you, learn about you, and book your services while you’re top of mind.
In this post, we want to share a few creative and out-of-the-box ways to find new clients for your business, including ideas from registered dietitian nutritionists.
In Part I of our “Finding Clients for Your Private Practice or Nutrition Business” series, we discussed traditional marketing tactics for growing your clientele. These included promoting that you are an in-network provider, seeking physician and healthcare professional referrals, and including your business in health databases such as HealthProfs, ZocDoc and Healthgrades.
In this post, we’ll take a look at online and digital means of marketing your services to attract clients.
You’ve set up your business and you’re now in-network with your desired health insurance companies. It may feel a bit daunting as you’re awaiting clients to come knocking at your door. We know you’d rather be proactive and seek them out! Here are a few traditional marketing tactics for finding new clients.
This is part one in a three-part series.
A continuing trend in nutrition counseling is telehealth. Through a variety of HIPAA-approved platforms, as a practitioner, you can meet with your patients virtually! A natural next step for healthcare in the digital age, telehealth is a great opportunity to expand your business and increase access to needed nutrition counseling services, for clients wherever they may live.
We recently sat down with the Rural Matters podcast team for a discussion about improving access to nutrition counseling for those living in rural America.